Student Leader: ‘No Sympathy’ for Executed NYPD Officers

Truth Revolt, December 20, 2014

Following the execution of two New York Police Department officers, a Brandeis University student leader wasted no time in making it clear that she did not care that they were murdered.

“i have no sympathy for the nypd officers who were murdered today,” Khadijah Lynch, a junior and an Undergraduate Department Representative in the African and Afro-American Studies Department, wrote on Twitter.

i have no sympathy for the nypd officers who were murdered today.

— Khadijah (خديجة) (@punQros3) December 20, 2014

lmao, all i just really dont have sympathy for the cops who were shot. i hate this racist fucking country.

— Khadijah (خديجة) (@punQros3) December 21, 2014

Two NYPD officers were shot execution style by a Baltimore gang-member, identified as Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who boasted about killing cops before embarking on his rampage.

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Lynch was also a featured speaker at a Brandeis community-wide vigil in memory of those allegedly killed as a result of racial profiling earlier this academic year and is listed as an undergraduate department representative for the Department of African and Afro-American studies.

Her Twitter account is similarly riddled with objectionable remarks and justifications of violence.

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I am in riot mode. Fuck this fucking country

— Khadijah (خديجة) (@punQros3) November 25, 2014

“She’s a UDR, which means she’s a leader on campus responsible for advising younger students,” a recent Brandeis graduate told TruthRevolt. “Someone with these extremist views shouldn’t have a position of influence at Brandeis.”

After TruthRevolt contacted Lynch for a comment on this story, she took to Twitter and wrote, “so bdeis “journalists” be creeping on my twitter. byee.” She later responded to TruthRevolt and refused to clarify if she felt that the executed NYPD officers deserved to die.

“Does matter what i believe?” she wrote. “Its my own personal opinion which I as a private citizen which do not want publicized in any form and if you do not abide my wishes i constitute your disregard as slander.”

Lynch then returned to Twitter and called for an “intifada,” in which innocents are murdered, in America.

i need to get my gun license. asap.

— Khadijah (خديجة) (@punQros3) December 21, 2014

amerikkka needs an intifada. enough is enough.

— Khadijah (خديجة) (@punQros3) December 21, 2014

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